NACADA & NCAA are offering two professional development opportunities for graduate students studying to become academic advisors and those already working in the field of academic advising.
Advising-Student Athletes: A Model for Academic Success
Friday, June 22, 2012
Palo Alto Community College campus, San Antonio, TX
Cost: $125 Registration Fee
This seminar provides the framework to assist academic advisors in the creation of academic plans that focus on student-athlete success and persistence to graduation at both two- and four-year institutions. Various academic, social, and collegiate-athlete issues will also be addressed, including changes to NCAA Initial and Transfer Eligibility Rules and continuing Progress-Toward-Degree Requirements.
Academic Success and the Student-Athlete Non-Credit Online Course
Summer 2012 Course
June 4 – July 30, 2012
Cost: $130 Course Fee
The goal of the online course is to provide an avenue for staff members who work campus-wide to receive training on the NCAA Division I and Division II rules and regulations, as well as to gain information on basic principles for advising students, with an emphasis on advising student-athletes and improving academic success.
Take advantage of these professional opportunities to enhance your knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations as they relate to providing effective academic advising to student-athletes on your campus.